America's love for all things Downton Abbey isn't going away. The British import's season four premiere pulled in 10.2 million viewers and PBS couldn't be happier.
“As this captivating drama continues, our audiences have been eagerly awaiting this new season to see what’s next for these beloved characters,” said PBS president and CEO Paula Kerger. “I’m so pleased that millions of viewers have returned to ‘Downton Abbey’ on their local PBS stations for what has become a post-holiday tradition.”
Mystery Girls, starring and produced by Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth, has been ordered to series by ABC Family. The new comedy will focus on two former ‘90s TV stars who made their names solving fictional mysteries. READ MORE
Songs from rock legend Bruce Springsteen’s new album, High Hopes, will debut on the Jan. 12 episode of CBS’s The Good Wife. Tracks “High Hopes,” “Hunter of Invisible Game” and “The Ghost of Tom Joad,” are to feature into the episode entitled, “We the Juries.” The plot will again revolve around former lovers-turned-enemies, Will (Josh Charles) and Alicia (Julianna Margulies), battling in the courtroom.
It’s been six months since Matthew’s (Dan Stevens) death, but Mary (Michelle Dockery) is no closer to moving past her grief. In her case, it means she’s even more cold and short with people.
The family and staff are both very worried. Mary can barely even force herself to pay any attention to baby George. Isobel (Penelope Wilton) is also overwhelmed with grief at the loss of her only child. READ MORE
When Season 3A of Teen Wolf ended, heroes Scott (Tyler Posey), Allison (Crystal Reed) and Stiles (Dylan O’Brien) had each helped save their parents — by nearly killing themselves and accepting a permanent darkness into their hearts.
Fortunately for Teen Wolf fans, we have 10 teases about what’s going to happen in the premiere. Keep reading only if you want to read SPOILERS from the final half of the season! READ MORE